Not too often do you get to look at a piece of hardware and feel just a little afraid - afraid that it might devour you... alive! Well, that is kind of how the new Acer Predator 21 X gaming laptop makes a person feel. It is full beast mode, curved screen and all.
No other video game developer does things (or more fitting, everything) quite like Blizzard Entertainment does. From developing, in my opinion, the most iconic video games to spectacular live events and tournaments, from highly detailed merchandise to a blockbuster feature film, Blizzard has this unique ability to bring a world of fantasy to life, fantasy that feels real and alive.
Blizzard has been know for bringing characters and items from their fictional worlds to life in various art forms and their latest is an iconic item from World of Warcraft; Ashbringer - a Paladin Artifact weapon. Watch legendary Hollywood blacksmith Tony Swatton of Sword and Stone use the mighty tools of his trade to bring Ashbringer to life.
In early June of 2016, Blizzard announced a partnership with Facebook which would launch intergrated features allowing gamers to stream any Blizzard game directly to Facebook. Today, that feature become live in the Americas, Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, with global access coming soon.
This is an epic documentary that tells the story of eSports from the view point of Matt Shea, freelance journalist and most probably not a gamer. It looks into the hyper competitive stage of competitive gaming and also looks at the darker, less spoken about, life and pressures of being an eSports athlete. This is a great watch for any gamer and a perfect watch for any one needing an introduction to the world of eSports.